Jennifer Glass has led an ordinary life so far, but when she is taken for her federal agent long-lost twin sister by an arms dealer, she is swept into the world of undercover investigation.
As you can tell from the blurb, there is rather a lot of suspension of disbelief needed in this work – that Jennifer can play the role of Lania, that she is even so vital to the operation that the hero Micah would bring her in on it – though the author does try to explain these far-fetched things well enough.
I enjoyed the romance between the couple, and the classically Harlequin portrayal of undercover detective work as glamorous. The bad guys are quite bad and I wanted them to be taken down. I also liked the character of Jennifer and found her to be a sympathetic heroine.
However, I did have some major issues with the hero. He basically blackmails Jennifer into working with him by dangling the contact details of Laney, her twin, over her head – promising to put them in touch only if she will work the operation with him. Not precisely romantic. All the twists and turns with Igor and Carmen’s action (such stereotypical bad guy names!) also added unnecessary complexity to the plot.
Overall, a light and entertaining read, but not my favorite Harlequin.
Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley. This is my honest and voluntary review.